US Air Force freighters C-17 left Miami's Homestead Air Reserve Base and landed in Cucuta, Colombia, according to a statement by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The supplies included hygiene kits that can help about 25,000 people, and nutritional products that USAID says can feed 3,500 children.
The first wave of aid arrived on February 8 and included locally purchased food sets, hygiene kits, medical supplies, ready-to-use complementary foods and high-energy biscuits, USAID said.
Venezuela's self-proclaimed interim President Juan Guaido called on the hundreds of thousands of registered volunteers on Saturday to provide assistance to the country.
At a gathering of volunteers in Caracas, Guaido said that "the end of poverty will come, the humanitarian emergency will stop", and demands that aid be taken and "humanitarian corridors opened".
Tweet At least 600,000 registered as volunteers on Saturday.
CNN was unable to independently verify the number.
Guaido also repeated his call directly to the armed forces to support his efforts to help.
] Guaido identified two more collection points: the border between Brazil and Venezuela and an unidentified Caribbean island.
Maduro refused international aid and said, "We are not beggars."
was inaugurated for a second term that the United States, dozens of other countries and the Venezuelan opposition have declared unlawful – she has not resigned as president, nor has she waited for calls to make another election.
A high-ranking government official says the United States is ready to meet with Maduro to negotiate his exit.
Maduro had allegedly opened an invitation to meet US Special Envoy Elliott Abrams in Venezuela. The State Department and the State Department would not comment on the prospect of such a meeting, but Mike Pompeo said Friday that the overture showed Maduro's "increasing understanding that the Venezuelan people are rejecting him".
Speech at the Munich Security Conference on In Germany, US Vice President Mike Pence said on Saturday that the situation in Venezuela was a "tragedy calling for a global response".
Pence added that the United States was "proud" to be the first country to recognize Guaido. To date, 52 countries, including 30 of our European allies, have followed the lead of America. "
Pence said it was time for the rest of the world to recognize Guaido.
" It's time for the rest of the world to take a step forward, "he said." The Old World can be renewed for freedom in the New World. We all must stay with the Venezuelan people until freedom and democracy are fully restored. "
CNN's Artemis Moshtaghian, Jennifer Deaton, Shawn Nottingham and Zahra Ullah contributed to this report.